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Pirates land at Sutter Street

"TREASURE ISLAND" continues through Nov. 28 at Sutter St. Theatre. The play features a cast ages 9-72. Pictured left to right are Elio Gutierrez, Casey Camacho, Cassidy Cagney, Monique Lonergan and Riley Spieler.
"TREASURE ISLAND" continues through Nov. 28 at Sutter St. Theatre. The play features a cast ages 9-72. Pictured left to right are Elio Gutierrez, Casey Camacho, Cassidy Cagney, Monique Lonergan and Riley Spieler.

"TREASURE ISLAND" continues through Nov. 28 at Sutter St. Theatre. The play features a cast ages 9-72. Pictured left to right are Elio Gutierrez, Casey Camacho, Cassidy Cagney, Monique Lonergan and Riley Spieler.

“TREASURE ISLAND,” the humorous adaptation of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson tale, gets a lot more fun this weekend at Sutter Street Theatre.

Kids coming in costume Saturday or Sunday at 1 p.m. will receive half off regular admission prices with an adult purchase, and everybody gets Halloween treats. Also, adults who attend “Dial M for Murder” during Halloween weekend will receive $5 off regular admission. Visit Sutterstreettheatre.org or call (916) 353-1001 for tickets or more information.

Sutter Street Theatre is located in Historic Folsom at 717 Sutter St.

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